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World Record for Most Holes played in 24 hours:

Holes

Name(s)

Date

Course

# of Holes

City, ST

Course Length

Avg ft/hole

Holes/ hour

1638

Cody Miller

May 17-18, 2014

Bobby Ford Park

9

Richwood, TX

987

110

68.3

1620

Joe Duncan, Garry Murphy

May 3-4, 2014

Nims Park

18

Rock Falls, IL

2434

135

67.5

1310

Mike Sale

Feb 10-11, 2013

Isla Vista Peace

9

Santa Barbara, CA

1935

215

54.6

1305

Dan Schnabel

June 28-28, 2011

Voyageur Park

9

Pine City, MN

1756

195

54.4

1201

Tim Habenicht

April 9-10, 2011

Tommy and Sue Brown Park

6

North Richland Hills, TX

970

162

50.0

1152

Dan Thompson

April 9-10, 2011

West Kentucky 4-H Camp

9

Dawson Springs, KY

1576

175

48.0

1114

Lowe Bibby

Sept 18-19, 2010

Beth Schmidt Park

9

Elon, NC

~1350

~150

46.4

1035

Dan Schnabel,

Tom Schnabel, Joe Jensen

Aug 10-11, 2010

Wabun Picnic Area

9

Minneapolis, MN

1728

192

43.1

1002

Donovan Baker

June 24-25, 2010

Tommy and Sue Brown Park

6

North Richland Hills, TX

970

162

41.8

833

Dann Schultz, D.L. Redman

June 1985

Tourist Park

18

Cedar Falls, IA

3455

192

34.7


Most distinct holes played in 24 hours:  

1)      Alan Hansen Begg, 380 holes on 6/22/04, in the Twin Cities area of MN.  ~33 courses

2)      John Kretzschmar, 327 holes on 6/22/04, in the Twin Cities area of MN

3)      306 holes, 2003, in the Twin Cities area of MN

4)      20 courses / 280 holes.  Justin McLuen (Clue), Steve Kenton (Special K), and Jason Neifert (Neif) played 20 different courses in one day on June 22, 2002.  Kansas City, MO.  7 courses were 9 holes, 3 were 12 holes, 9 were 18 holes, 1 was 19 holes.  6/22/02

5)      16 courses / 252 holes. by Jerry Robbins, age 63, in Kansas City.  4 courses were 9 holes and 12 course were 18 holes.  A few courses were temporary.  (6/02)

·   Most Consecutive Birdies in a Tournament: 27 deuces at Horizons Park in Winston-Salem, NC by Greg Williams.

·   Longest Ace:  Tournament (non-PDGA Sanctioned): 726 feet by Brent Bell -#18 Blue. At Diamond X, Montana - Big Sky State Games - July 20, 2002.  (Witnesses - Shane Acedo, Mel Matson, Brian Bjortomt and Chuck Sweeney.)

·   Longest PDGA tournament ace: (PDGA Sanctioned): 580ft by Cory Justice, Hole #27 DeLaveaga, 2000 Master’s Cup

·    Speed: 41 in 15:06 (mini optional) Barnett Short tees. By Gregg Hosfeld Orlando, FL, 2/13/01  [Time + Throws score = 56.1]

 See Gregg Hosfeld’s World Record page at http://www.frivolist.com/records.htm

 Throwing Records

·   Sidearm Distance Record: 518.24 ft (158m ), Scott Stokely, using a Discraft XS, 4/01

·   Roller Distance Record (non-turf): 3791.68 ft (1156m) by Randy Lahm, 4/01

·   Roller Distance (turf): 211.24 m, Christian Voigt (GER) 11/1/97, Malmö, SWE

·   Mini Disc Distance: 406.8 ft. (124.00 m) by Christian Voigt (GER), 4/01/01, El Mirage, CA

·   Foot Throw Distance: 42.38 m Kurt Karlsson (SWE) 11/21/98, Malmö, SWE

·   Distance to Canine Catch: 118.90 m Mark Molnar to Cheyenne-Ashley Whippet (USA), 10/12/94, Pasadena, CA

·   Non-Human Distance: Sea Lion: 9.76 m, Alex (USA), 12/5/96, St. Louis Zoo, MO

·   24 Hour Pair Distance: 367.94 miles (592.15 km), Conrad Damon & Pete Fust (USA), 4/24- 4/25/1993, San Marino, CA

·   Longest Time playing- Two Person Marathon: 126 hr 21 min, John Fischer & Rich Hannah (USA), 4/5/90-4/10/90, New London, CT

·   Group Marathon: Open: 1,198 hrs (49.91 days) Prince George's Community College Club (USA) 6/1/83-7/21/83 Largo, MD

·   Maximum Discs Aloft: (1 disc per person) 1,903, Hilton Head Inn (USA), 7/4/88, Hilton Head, SC

·   Highest Altitude Throw: 8,825 m, Christopher Pizzo (USA), 10/24/81 from Mt. Everest, NEPAL

 Maximum Time Aloft (MTA)

Ÿ   Open Men: 16.72 sec Don Cain (USA) 5/26/84 Philadelphia, PA

Ÿ   Women: 11.81 s Amy Bekken (USA) 8/1/91 Santa Cruz, CA

Ÿ   Mini Disc MTA: 9.92 sec Conrad Damon (USA) 9/27/97 Rohnert Park, CA

 Self Caught Flight (SCF)

Ÿ   Men: 166.19 (14.63s/85.72m) Niclas Bergehamn (SWE) 7/16/96 Uppsala, SWE

Ÿ   Women: 110.35 (10.49s/52.65m) Anni Kreml (USA) 8/20/94 FT. Collins, CO

 Guts

Speed Catch: 119.14 km/hr Tim Selinske catching Al Bonopane  (USA), 8/25/80, San Marino, CA

 

From WFDF Records at http://www.wfdf.org/index.php?page=records/index.htm

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